I highly recommend this clever film. I thought it was a brillant twist on how to get married. So many movies on marriage, but none like this one. From the first it was captivating and I
am not one interested in marriage ceremonies. I
can tell you it caused a giggle or two. Interesting resort and picnic case. The lines are full with wit. I could go on, but I'll just encourage you do watch, or forever hold your peace.
I liked this movie. The acting was good and the production values were high. I'd like to stay at the place where they filmed it. It looks like a nice resort. The movie had a good brisk pace and better than average directing for a B flick. Ann Nagel was, despite being a brat in the movie, sort of cute. In real life, Nagel had an unhappy life marred by her first husband committing suicide. She died at age 50 from cancer.
November 23, 2011 Subject:
Love is blind
This screwball romantic comedy has two debonair types (Warren Hull & Henry Mollison) in hot pursuit of spoiled brat Anne Nagel. Fast-paced fun with dialog to match, but you really have to wonder why anybody would want to marry this dame. Well directed. Good production values for a second-feature quickie.
Good video and audio. (The MPEG4 file's audio is in sync.)
September 18, 2011 Subject:
I AM SO SORRY BUT THE VOICES DONOT MATCH THE BODIES. SHE HAS HIS VOICE AND HE HAS HER VOICE AND THEY DO NOT MATCH UP. IT;S A LITTLE DISTRACTING. THOUGH, IT WAS A CUTE MOVIE.
February 5, 2009 Subject:
Great Little Comedy
I thoroughly enjoyed this film. There are some very funny scenes and the actors are never boring or too over the top. I agree with the reviewer below; the ending is quite predictable. But it's still a great little film.
October 22, 2007 Subject:
A Bride For Henry
This movie is a classic story line about a boy who loves a girl who doesn't love him.
Guess the ending?
It is obvious but a cute story. And only 58 minutes.
June 12, 2007 Subject:
A plot I have seen many times before. It is silly comedy of wealthy physically attractive adults using marriage and jealousy as mere tools in the game of "love." A pleasant way to waste an hour. No deep meaning or emotion and scenes move at a brisk pace.